May I Have a Drumroll, Please?

Well, better late than never, right? It certainly took me long enough — pesky real life getting in the way — but at long last, here is my annual Christmas compilation CD. This time around I’ve jammed the list to the absolute limit of an 80-minute CD (in fact, you may have to trim some of the dead space frequently found at the end of some songs). The upside is that this year’s offering is chock-full of wholesome Christmasy goodness.

(Note: Apple has apparently changed their iTunes linking system. I’m not sure if it’ll work or not — I’ve had trouble myself — but give it a try and let me know how you fare.)

A Rather Eclectic Christmas 3
  1. O Holy Night, by Eric Cartman (yes, that Eric Cartman)
  2. Christmas Is Coming, by the Vince Guaraldi Trio
  3. Feliz Navidad, by José Feliciano (one of my older daughter’s favorites, and the catalyst for this year’s selection)
  4. Green Christmas, by Barenaked Ladies
  5. (Everybody’s Waitin’ For) The Man With the Bag, by Kay Starr
  6. Baby, It’s Cold Outside, by Dean Martin
  7. Silent Night, by Boyz II Men
  8. Somewhere In My Memory (from Home Alone), by John Williams (I trimmed the album version of this track to cut the introductory “movie” theme)
  9. Joy to the World, by Whitney Houston and the Georgia Mass Choir
  10. What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve? by Ella Fitzgerald
  11. Soulful Christmas, by James Brown
  12. Deck the Halls/Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
  13. Do You Hear What I Hear? by Destiny’s Child featuring Kelly Rowland
  14. My Only Wish (This Year), by Britney Spears (I know, it’s the very cheesy pop I’ve railed against before, but it’s kind of catchy)
  15. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home), by Mariah Carey (also a little “poppy” for my usual tastes, but for some reason this one sticks out in my head from a few holiday seasons back)
  16. This Time Of Year, by Brook Benton
  17. Cool Yule, by Louis Armstrong and the Commanders
  18. Mele Kalikimaka, by Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters
  19. The Nutcracker Suite, by the Brian Setzer Orchestra
  20. Angels We Have Heard on High, by David Benoit
  21. Christmas Canon, by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  22. The Chanukah Song, by Adam Sandler (half of Pam’s family is Jewish, so we get to celebrate both traditions)
  23. Please Come Home for Christmas, by the Eagles
  24. We Wish You A Merry Christmas, by John Denver and the Muppets
So there you have it — hope it was worth the wait. Happy holidays, everyone!


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